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bay cop go too far? see what happened a was he being a good dad or did a south bay cop goo too far? we will see -- go too far? we will see what happened when he is slapped continues on his stepdaughter's boyfriend. the new choice the condemned have to make. it was absolutely brazen, and it was definitely a violent act. thieves armed with sledge hammers robbing a convenient store. the harsh thing they did on the way out. >> you know the obvious rules, but there's a single mistake most of us make. the test on how clean your kitchen is. tonight, you will see if for yourself, a south bay family releasing the video of what they say is a police officer pretending to arrest
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their son for fooling around with his stepdaughter. >> reporter: it's a cell phone video secretly shot by the boy's father. it shows the cop towering over the 15-year-old. he was scolded and yelled at for having sex with his 14-year- old stepdaughter. he said she was not ma sure enough for -- mature enough for normal-to-normal day tasks. >> she has to be reminded to take a shower a couple of times a week. >> reporter: for a few moments it's silent and then he is written up for sexual assault charges. >> i will write up a report, and it will be up to them if they file charges on you for having sex with a minor.
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it does not bode well for you. do you know what that means? >> no. >> it's not a good thing that the person you had sex with is a cop's daughter. a cop's daughter is not someone you mess around with. >> reporter: the handcuffs came off, and the boy was never arrested, but what the officer did is now being criminally investigated. the boy's attorney says the officer was trying to scare him straight, but his method was wrong. >> in my opinion he committed kidnapping and false imprisonment. >> reporter: the officer through his lawyer said he was trying to scare the boy to change his behavior, but now the prosecutors are deciding if he abused hi authority. the -- his authority. the family released the video to the san jose mercury because they can not believe what happened to their son. >> you think a civil lawsuit is coming? >> reporter: i don't know. it's hard to say, but when you
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hear and see what happened, it's shocking to see what the officer did. >> that's a little different. linda, thank you. >> okay. a san quinten prisoner is set to die in less than a week it would be the first death row prisoner in more than four years. he has a big decision to make first. the judge is ordering the condemned inmate to choose his posion. robert. >> reporter: albert brown has had almost 30 years to decide how the state would put him to death for the rape and murder of a 15-year-old girl. today a federal judge turned that upside down telling brown he has until 6:00 tomorrow night to decide how he will die, either a single lethal shot or three different shots all designed to stop his heart. >> there are some reasons to argue that the one-drug method may be more humane. >> reporter: this law professor
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says if albert brown chooses the single shot, legally the state must comply. it's 25 times the drug given to patients to knock the patient out before surgery. >> the prisoner would be hypoxic and blue. in a short period of time, the heart will stop beating, and then the prisoner will die. >> reporter: the other option is a cocktail that the california previously used. the first knocked him out, the second paralyzed the person, and then the third stops the heart. the judge halted -- halted the procedures in 2006 until they could have new regulations. the judge has not review the
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the new rules or chamber. even if he agrees to a single shot, the state officials could say the cocktail is the only way. >> if that's the case, the ruling is an automatic stay of execution. >> but brown was not next on the list to be executed. it was to be michael morales. no one is answering why the leap frog. albert brown has been on death row for 28 years. it was just recently that jerry brown was pushing for lethal ejection. could it be because of the governor's race? 61% of those poll in the bay area now support the death penalty. we just received word late tonight from attorneys from albert brown that they plan to march into a moran county court first thing monday morning and seek an injunction to temporarily halt all
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executions. while the session is looming for brown here at san quintin tonight, word from his attorneys make it far from over. >> robert lyles, thank you. the man accused of holding jaycee dougard hostage for two decades my never stand trial. the criminal trial was suspended after serious concerns over his mental come pen tensy -- compency. >> it's something who can actually tell the different. >> the judge based his decision on talks with his lawyer and his own observations, among them, he saw him frantically
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scribbling notes in court when nothing was happening. a report from a court-appointed psychologist is spending. >> hundreds turned out tonight to remember three people killed in the san bruno pipeline explosion. gregory, his mother, and his 17- year-old son william. they are survived by his wife sue and daughter genine. both were away from home when the explosion happened. this new campus is designed specifically for 9th graders. administrators say it will ensure the freshmen are ready for college and careers when they graduate. in dublin, the smell of pepper spray prompted 30 people to evacuate the extended stay hotel this afternoon. crews searched the grounds but did not find any pepper spray
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or anything else. the hotel has been cleared, and people have been allowed back inside. police are calling it an even attack. >> they are looking for the people who terrified customers and customers and employees at -- customers and employees at an east bay store. two people went to the hospital. >> reporter: a cleanup crew neutralizing the pepper spray left on a safe. another worker is installing glass. employees and customers were left terrified and some in tears. three men entered the home consignment center and pepper sprayed three workers. >> i have not experienced it myself, but it burns terribly. it was care catastrophery because -- it was scary, because they didn't know what it was. >> reporter: alice was in her
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office. sea heard the -- she heard the sun shots. the three robbers in fled in a white cadillac. there's a video tape of the pepper spray and assault and robbery. the chief tells us what is on the video. >> three people enter as a group. they enter quickly. they pepper spray towards the occupants and create what i believe to be a diversion, and then they quickly smash open the jewelry cases. they take the jewelry out, and they immediately run out and leave. >> reporter: the chief says the robbery and pepper spray is an act of violence and a double felony. >> it's absolutely brazen, and it's definitely a violent act. >> reporter: unusual crime for denville? >> absolutely. i hope to keep it that way. >> reporter: don knapp, cbs s 5. >> i hope my star power can bump this up to cspan1.
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>> stephen colbert went before congress. actress lindsey lohan behind bars, at least for now. what she has to do to get out of it this time. we all will want to jump in the fountains, and the day with over 100 degrees. the pinpoint forecast is ahead. in issue -- is ahead. ,,,,,,,,,, [ jogging ]
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today to raise money, just days after she was quoted as saying: oks like detroit meg whittman was in fresno today to raise money just say afghanistan saying fresno looks like detroit, it's -- saying fresno looks like detroit, it's awful. >> she said her words were taken out of context. >> i feel terrible that the numbers are higher than detroit
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for unemployment. >> the fundraiser today raised $75,000. comedian stephen colbert brought his act to congress to speak on behalf of farm workers. >> i'm not a fan of the government doing anything, but i have to ask, why isn't the government doing anything? >> maybe this ag jobs bill would help. i don't know. like most members of congress, i have not read it. >> he spent one day picking beans along with the illegal immigrants. he did break character at the end of the remarks and spoke seriously about the plight of immigrants and said they have no right in america. the question, if you were unemployed, would you do the work of those migrant workers? brandi hint showing us the workers in california are challenging you to do just
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that. >> it's extremely hard work. you have to work in the hot sun. the wages are low. >> reporter: it's no secret hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants are working in the california fields. >> i'm hispanic, but i am an american. i think they come here to take our jobs. >> reporter: now the american park wores of -- american farm workers of america wants them to take the jobs pack. will find work for unemployed americans. >> you're getting little rest or shade or anything that about that. is that something i'm ready to do? >> within the first few weeks of registering the website, 8,000 responded. in the end, three, only three followed through working in the fields. that does not surprise many out
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here. >> reporter: do you think others who live? the city would go out and do the work? i don't think so. >> reporter: why is that? >> because they know you be in the sun all day, in the weather, no waking up too early. >> reporter: are you willing to work in the fields? there's jobs available right now. >> if they are good jobs, we can do it. >> reporter: sacramento unemployment development department. every worker has to provide their transportation. >> that's a problem. >> if i was physically able, i would do so. minimum wage, 8 to 10 hours working in the fields. >> i would do it. >> reporter: kevin lamb signed up on the spot, and if unemployed californians follow his lead, they could take over roughly 400,000 jobs held by the undocumented immigrants.
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roberta gonzalez is going to swim, bike, jump, run, and what else are you going to do this weekend. >> yeah, four hours of sleep, right? the triathlon tomorrow morning. but how about this? thank you san francisco opera for hosting hosting this free event for all of us in the bay area to learn more about oprah. it was a great night, glorious night. a few low 60s. we have storms, riding a dig vigorous jet steam to the -- a big vigorous jet stream to the north. it's stagnant air quality. upper 80s to low 90s in the peninsula. 80 to 90 in morganhill.
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east bay will be the highest. also the danville area into alamo and brentwood. temperatures in 82 near the bay. shadow cliffs and pendleton if you want to support us. i think we hit the water at 7:50 at 75 degrees. north of the golden state bridge, numbers stack up. low 890s in the napa. look at the extended forecast. saturday the warmest day of the weekend. record heat through the period. especially on monday. that's the hottest of all. into the 90s all the way through friday for the inland areas. my pick, this was from dino gonzalez, no relations, but test he's a funny no ever siting. >> what did you call that, dana? >> land scrape. >> keep the photos comes, and make it a good weekend. actress lindsey lohan could
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be a free woman any minute now. right now, she is still behind bars after failing a drug test. the actress appeared in court this morning. after the 10-minute hearing, she was handcuffed and sent meetly to jail for the third time. she can be released if she mosts $350,000 bail. she is due in court next month. >> we will be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,
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how clean is your -- this is personal question. how clean is your question? >> i'm not going to answer that. >> wash the cutting board after the kitchen, but -- chicken, but it's the less honest mistake that people make. >> what it really takes to get the passing grade. >> the temperature in my refrigerator is at or below 41 degrees. what is it supposed to be at? i don't know. >> reporter: sarah weaver is about to find out if her kitchen makes the grades. this is the test they give to restaurants, 50 questions
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later, your kitchen received a b with a score of 85. >> reporter: pretty good grade considering most of us in the cbs 5 news room barely got a c. much like the rest of us, sarah found some of the as a results surprising. >> reporter: one of the most surprising things had to do be raw meat. we know you need to disinfect the counter, but did you know to store it on the bottom shelf? >> i don't do this. >> reporter: storing meat above the other foods is a dangerous mistake, and pointing to one notable outbreak where -- >> raw meat was stored above the lettuce, and the drips for the meat got on the lettuce. >> reporter: something else sarah found surprising, -- >> when cooking big portions of food to serve later for the next day, i rapiddedly cook it in a -- >> no, i don't do this.
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this is complicated. >> reporter: cooked heat should be below 41 degrees or above 135 degrees. so if you're cooking food and you want to serve it later, immediate lippering the temperature down -- immediately bring the temperature down. in between phase is dangerous. are you heard that before? >> no, i have not heard that before. >> reporter: a refrigerator should be set below 41 degrees. but when it came time to check -- where is your thermometer? >> i have no idea. >> reporter: her favorite ring could make her sick. there it's on my hand all the time. >> reporter: did you think it could contaminate your food? >> never crossed my mind. >> reporter: jewelry and fingernails are the breeding grounds. >> we see an outbreak where it
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helped in the kitchen problem. >> reporter: while she has learned a lot from the self- inspection test. >> personally i think it's overkill. i have not died yet. >> reporter: cbs5. >> if you want to take the test, the link is on our website. click on links and numbers, and we will be right back. giants i greed. the wealthiest corporations. billions in profits and bonuses. and the sacramento politicians just gave these same corporations a new billion dollar handout... paid for by cuts to education and public safety with no guarantee of creating one new job. but we can change this by voting yes on proposition 24. prop 24 repeals the billion dollar giveaway and protects our schools and communities. yes on prop 24. it's time to give us a break...
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go to what's in your wallet? are you a pisces? it 18-straight games allowing three runs or less.... tonight they are doing their part to get the giants into the playoffs. tim lincecum has been his only cy young self in the final part of the season, but the giants were down 1-0 in the 7th. enter pat buehrle. do you think he knew it was gone? number 17 for pat. he gives the giants the 2-1 lead, and that was all they needed. brian wilson, pitching a 1, 2, 3 night for his 45th save. the two teams combine for five hits, and the giants beat the
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rockies, 2-1. san diego won. colorado is now 4.5 games back with 9 to play. 30-year-old rookie, bobby cramer going for his third straight win. the rangers had other ideas. vladimir guerrero with the homerun here. san ford take -- stanford taking on notre dame tomorrow. no one is enjoying the cardinals' recent success more than james mckylcuty. he is finally healthy after four knee surgeries and a ground breaking procedure known as trp. >> i have been called lots of names, old man, god father, crippled one. i'm old and 24. and i hear it from the 18-year- olds in the lockerroom. it's fun to see my friends in
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their second years of jobs, but here i am playing college football. where else would i be? matt couchard is in trouble, but then the shot comes back. now another puck being dropped two weeks from tonight in sweden. number 3, joe blanton was never know for his athleticism, but neck this out. the throw to 1st, followed by the belly flop. number two, mike lowell has never played 1st base before this season. probably wishing it stayed that way. lowell with the bad hop to the side of the face. leaving the game as the precaution. pennington play of the day... the a's shortstop makes the behind the back tag to star and number one, exclusive number five, cliff pennington play of the day, behind the
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back tag to start the double play. yet another gold glove caliber play by cliff pennington. we will be right back. ,, [ ruiz ] reliable tools started as a brick and mortar store. we sell lathes, mills, high-tech equipment. i had an idea to go ahead and put up a couple of items on ebay, and they brought more than our expectations. meg whitman gave me the tools to expand globally. we sell to australia, india... that big blue machine over there? it's going to malaysia on wednesday. with ebay, she created jobs for millions of people. with meg's creativity, she'll be able to create jobs here in california. i'm mariano ruiz and i'm a meg whitman success story.
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